Stumbling into the bar from the cold, with my specs misted up, I asked the barman what beers he had.."not many..." he said, this is a WineBar!"
Jackpot I thought, so set to trying some delicious reds. Surprisingly however no solid Bordeaux or Argentinian Malbecs, but I made do with a Languedoc three year old, and a board of delicious cheeses including a sweet manchega rolled in ash (try it :o)
A beer, a generous goblet of red and a cheeseboard set me back around DKK 200, not cheap, but the quality and experience was well worth it.
Clientele was mainly suits finished work for the day, and ladies who lunch enjoying a chin wag, but the ambiance was cosy and rustic.
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